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47-Reot ,f«1at»-For Sola ., NEAR,.LINCOLN .. *'2 Bdr., 1 bath -paneled house on *"*pprox. Vt acre. APPROX. 4 ACHES ·'Good building sites, cloie In, In ' a r e a with plenty of water. Price :'"9650ft J1WO down;'owner carry bal- ^·;»nce. ' ' *^ . I N , FARMING-TON '/S Bdr.. fireplace city water and n*t. gas, on approx 1 acre. JZSjOOQ. ,29% down, balance 10 yean at 1%. T; THE OSBURN BROKERS HWY 62 WEOT *·· ', Phons, 413-4468 ·: VA ELIGIBILITY? ,, then you should see these .two r t i homes that-owners'will finance'on *,VA loans. Both are older homes ·"·"that'hive been reconditioned and are In'food chape. . · .. in .i BR,. 2 ba., home with centrL h«at and .air and large formal din ^dni room. Priced to sell at 921,500 Immediate, possession, Good garden spot with well to wa ter It, city.:water for: home* .local v ed on 1 acre. Neat as a pin insld '"r-jnd out and Just waiting for Its new Downers. , - · " - ' '·····'' Tor an appt. to'.see either" of tn above or others, call Pauline Me. Kinney--at .521-1300 or nits, 521 .--1549.- ; ; ^ ; - : : ^ : . ;·" "· ' ^ASSOCIATES REALTO , REALTORS -,-·· N. College 521-1300 38 ACRES "on. Round Mountain. About 2 acres ha* been dozed. Pond. Drll · ,f,ed well;' 200* deep, Fayetteyll "··school* and ·phone, $600 per acr HEINEY REALTY CO. -16 Ea»t. 442-923 FOR Sale Bj* Owner: · Three oedrooi 1H tMths, all brick, luncheon bar, dls waster, carpcleil, paneled, dty wal .3»s*wer, · fenced - backiTtrfl, paved. alrce '^nlc* nelshborhood, eight miles fi ^S'ayetttvlUe, fie.OOO. 8J9-3274. eBY OWWER. Three bedroom, buillii ·^(ireplaoe, garden ipot, on 2M lots abo 5Sv«t Fort »18,(X1. Phone S39-2SM. 7--Real Eitate-For Sal* NEAR WEST'FORK WE HAVE 36 ATTHACTiVE ACHES NEAR WEST FORK. IT IS A VERY BEAUTIFUL WOODED SETTING -WITH ABOUT 15 ACRES OP CLEAR OR OPEN GROUND -- ONE STOCK POND -- NO HOUSE OR IMPROVEMENTS BUT ir IS A LOVELY, PLACE TO BUILD -- ABOUT TEN OR FTFITEEN MINUTE DRIVE FROM . OUR OFFICE. THE OWNER HAS REDUCED THE PRICE FROM:523,000 TO S10.500 THIS IS NOW A REAL BARGAIN CALL TODAY -- CALL .B. A. SHAMBLIN -- OFFICE 521-4600 -- HOME 442-8H6. 47-R»al,Eitate-For Sal«-- Leqal Notices-- GET BACK TO NATURE WUh 'yoiir 1 \vrvprlvate : place. !Gtow your · own 1 food, EatablUh'«d ''orchard, Plenty of grass bnd water. This 40 acres Is only 25 miles from Fayettevlltc. For more IntormaUon or an appointment to «e, call 423-2075. . . . ' 3. n Executor C/O Pearson A Woodruff 35 E. Center FByeUevlllt, 'Arkanias 72101 Norlhwett Arkanwit TlrAES, Sot., .s. FAVETTEVILLE, AHKANSA* 3, 1974 UMEDIATE .possession. HQ9 Rqll'lne fills Drive. Ttirce bedrooms, two baths, cntral heat und alK JS3.000 or make «(er. Musi sell. Call ,257-3765. NEW HOMES '. ' . S and 4 bedrooms, large family- rooms with fireplace, 2 baths, 2 car garages,, all built-ins. central a/c. Drive . up Mockingbird ,Iane oday and choose your home. Fin- available. ' GINTONIO BLDG. CO; Phone 521-3313 after 5:00 p.m. or 521-1753 9. a.m. to 5 p.m. BY OWNER 3 .Bedroom, .brick, convenient Northwest Springdale area to schools, and shopping, central heat and air, 2 ' f u l l baths, den with large fireplace fenced b a c k - y a r d , radio and intercom, large utility room with double garage. Cash, assume 6 loan, or new conventional loan. Priced higher 20 1 a.'Mr. Freeland, 2115 Dee Ave. Call -756- 3201'after'6:00 p.m. oriall day each Saturday and Sunday. : OPEN HOUSE; ; Each Saturday and Sunday-1:00 to 6:00 p-iii. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO BORROW ·· f FUNDS ' TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN! A meeting .of the Board of Directors of Washington County School Dlslrlct No TO of Washington Ooimly, Arknajai, was held ·"· at-^Fajrcltevllt* !ri Washington County,' 'Arkansas; ipn the '19th day of July, '· iyJ4( aljlhV hour of 7:30 o'clock p.m^' ' ' . v--''-' AH '.members ot the Board had due notice ' flC ' the · time and · place of said meeting, anil the'; purpose thereof, and quorum,- consisting ot the ir owner. Oak Manor, four, bedrooms, wo balhs, lamllyroom, livinjroom. lots if slorafre. Phpne 521-2014 except. 24. members, :Olto Bishop, Jr. .Bobby Joe Onler,,'Clarence" .LI' Loftln and-F. Sumner Smith Adopted a resolution reading as follow*: " · ·'.' "Ttuit, this .School 'Board,"" tn accord' ance" 'with the' provisions ol Act- 381 DC Itie Acts ot. the General Assembly of )643, will , file application 'with the Slate. Board o f ; Education , for . a Joan tronv the ' ReVolvlnjr Loan Fund" In Hie amount of i!$,WX,W, to be · .evidenced by'·· a- CirllJIcat*- qf Indebtedness^'and to; be relliW-;8vt;T~lr'period of, nol JO exceed six years, IrSm revenue* accrutny to operating and of-surplus tund(s The proceeds ot the loan will be , used for; Constructing a Shop Building plus water and improving the Science-Department. B O A R D OF i DIRECTORS OF · " WASHINGTON COUNTY School District No. 20 cf.-Washington : County, Arkansas By F.~SUMNEH SMITH, President By OTTO A. BISHOP JR.. Secretary ITc '3 . ' . · ' " ' - COUNTRY CORNER 88 Acres, part In city limits and fronting on major 'highway. 12 mobile home spaces now providing ^300-Op/month income. JJatural gas; LOVELY SPACIOUS HOME 2,500 ! sci. ft. oE luxury living area. 4 liedrooms and 2 full baths upstairs Separate heating and cooling for upstairs. Large living room with native stone fireplace, larjge game room separate study, large kitchen with 9 ft. snack .bar. diningroom, utilltyrpom, and " l a r g e ' Va bath downstairs; plus large,' 2 car-'garage. Marble too ' vanities in 1 all baths. Richly carpeted, mostly paneled,: Beautiful and unusual styling," native stone and frame exterior with nice 1 view on l l acres ilus many other extras. By owner 139-2870. . . , city water, 3 stock ponds, 1 and creek. The soil is'sand, and tillable. All fenced. 8f - - . - , --. -- .acres cleared and excellent pasture (when it rains.) To see, call Col. Duffey Carter 521-1300 or 'nites 521-4122. BARER · : ' , ' · ASSOCIATES REALTOR New York Probes Mystery . BY OWNER Ori Spaciou.1 Corner Lot. Excellent Location, - Brick. . 3. .bedrooms Hi bath, nice-sized rooms.' Carport- Garage with storage. Fenced Yard. Moving -- "Must sell''- it a -low $25,000. Shown by appointment. Fhone 521-1157, Fayetteville. 1709 No. Oakland Bqilding Lots, Sherwood Forest- .Estates-- . The Beverly Hills of Fayetteviile -Lovers Lane and Canterbury, Road 1--3 Acres ; : Priced from $10,000 to $20,000.,,-'-,, S H R I V E REALTORS 1618 N. College '521-1300 By OWNER: 2% acres, moderniMd - older house. large bam, huge trees, branch, lenced, close-in, SU.500, terms. 513-3269. 110 ACHES .7 miles southwest ol Fayette'vilr eon 265 Hlwajr.'.'Just right for small tracts. Sell all ,o- a n y part. '·'..; '-. ' '·'· · .j. D. NERL "REAL ESTATE '-.^: Holers, Ark. .:·· Phone 636-3743 NEW 3 and 4 bedroom homes In BpriiiK- date's finest subdivision. For InformaUon nail Stan Howapi's. Royalty Homes. Inc. PSone 77t«Q07 or T51-BI67. , GET ' RRQM IT · ALL on two .sirs ami/ five acres, with fireplace' carpeted. .all;electric, two bedroom home.- $19.300. Phone 4428553 for appointment;:., :· .; · '- NEW ..YORK (AP) . -- Two prosecutors'have .begun rival investigations "of how $5.4 mil- Ion in securities were first lost and then found, in the city comptroller's office. 'Special state prosecutor Maurice Na'djari began on Friday'a. probe of". Comptroller Harrison J.. Goldin's-allegation that ia ledger : had been altered to make some of the money reappear. .'; / And Manhattan Dist. Atty Richard Kuh.'.who said Nadjari didiyt. ,have jurisdiction, . declared he would conduct his qwh'p'robe. ' Iri' i'mid-July, Goldin had b'ar'ed^ the results' 'of ..Jthree." audits which proved ; embarrassing Hb ' his' "predecessor, Mayor 'Ab"raha'rn';fleamei/'The audits- reported :sloppy'-?bookkeeping :and one .'of.' them 'alleged that $5'.4 million'in securities "recorded on-office le'dgers REALTOR Hwy 112 N., Fayetteville ; ; . : Phone 442-9100' · ' ' W». Have Others and Homes' With Acreage WOMAN'S WORLD A Convenient Sewing and Shopping Guide for Today's Gal on the Go, could not vaults. be fourtd , in city " ' ·" · "NUTS" .: ; ; Hickory. .Nut' 1 trees ana.Oak trees with'a nev house wedged between Located off 45 E. on Lunsford .St and. only one . block troiri Root 'School. Price '?29.90J. · . : ' ..;-'·: ; : .-/·; : IN THE PIKES " New'-house almost finished just .of f Old Wire Koad North on.Yvonne St. A private setting at streets end. A. short dIstancE-:f rony Butterf leld School. Good time to pick colors. : LIKE CLOCKWORK ... pediatt ic cardiologist nurse Sandy Thompson checks infant Hollis Hanes monitoring system'at left keeps checKof the 'infant at Oschner Foundation Hospital in New Orleans Infant Responds Well To Implanted Pacemaker Farm Income Sets Record WASHINGTON (AP) -: Tho Agriculture Department has new" figures showing farmers' net income last.year soared-84 per cent from 1972, shattering' record set in World War I. In all, the department's Economic Research Service said Thursday,- net farm income totaled $32.2 billion, compared with a revised 1972 income lev- el'of $17.5 billion. According to USDA records, that was the largest one-year gain since farm income jumped 49 per cent from $4.7 billion in 1916 to slightly more than $7 billion in 1917. , , . - ; Looking to .this year, the;report said it was not likely farmers would net as much as they did in 1973. But t h e ; economists also held out the possibility that the' prediction might change substantially if f a r m . commodity prices rise 'much. "For · example, if crop production this fall declines from current ' expectations, crop prices and incomes will be- high," tbe report said. "Under these circumstances livestock output might be held back, resulting in higher prices and incomes for livestock." As defined by USDA, net farm income is what is left from what farmers make off sales after deducting production expenses. The possibility that 1974 net farm income might 'go up-from earlier prospects as the result of crop production being reduced is not inconsistent, economists say. since it could happen that higher commodity prices would more than offset reductions in actual quantities sold. Although that means little to a farmer who has been wiped out by drought or other cause and has nothing to sell, on a national basis-higher prices and reduced production can add up to larger net income. Cohfempofary ! paa 'with 2 bedrooms, wnt bar, fireplace, and large part^- deck. Private tree covered setting with view. ' Beame:then appointed a task force, headed by city Investigations Commissioner -,Nicholas Scoppetta, to -find-, thei.-missing millions.: This '\veekv.tlre h t.ask ;orc'e .reported' thVt., nearty.;c.all ;he money- bad-been --accounted 'or. ·· by-- -bypassing the pledger and goirig : to original' documents. ·.. - . - - , . . . wasi. a member of the task- force, and the announcement .\yas made In his office... 'Scoppe'tta .said'.'.the securities were properly handled,.. ., but ladn't been · entered on the vault ledger. House Inc. 442-2740 NEW home for sale al builders cost. Three ; bedroom, 2:.alh, all b'rick on large lot, fireplace, Insulated and paneled with many extras. Approved value $36,300 Builders colt {3£50O. 1153 Overcresl Favetteville or call Rogers. Ark. 635 TO74 for an appointment. Call by 9:OQ a.rm--in morning or 6. p.m. .in evening. ; Local Girl To Attend Institute NEW- :ORLE'ANS (AP) -- Doclors , are keeping a close watch on 5-day-old Hollis Allen Haines, possibly : t h e youngest patient-ever :to rdceive a heart uacemaker. .. .· "He is resting well and his vital functions - a r e normal," a spokesman for Ochsner Foundation Hospital said. "T h e pacemaker is working beautifully/' : -" The Biloxi, Miss. ..infant will remain in the h o s p i t a l , until Wednesday:: ' .His heart . a n d lungs are constantly heirig monitored and warning devices are geared to sound if anything goes wrong. . : . . . . . The pacemaker.; .\y as. . :im- Second Quarter Steel Profits Improved, Auto Profits Down Legal Notices-- NOTICE FOR' RETAIL I.1CJUOR PERMIT Is hereby given that the. under-- - ' ' the Department Control of the permit to self signed ha» ' filed ~ Alcoholic . Beverage slnle of Arknsas for Ural h* Is a Spirituous, vinous and matt liquors at retail to be carried out and not be consumed on Ihe licensed premises described ac 231 Mill St. FayettevlSle, Arkansas Washington County The undersigned slates citizen ol Arkansas, ol good moral char cter, tnat he has never been convicted of a felony or other mpral turpitude; that n alcoholic beverages by the undersigned has-been revoked 'within five (5) j last past; and thai the undersigned never been convicted of violating the laws of this Slate, or any other Stale, relative to Itie sale of alcoholic liquors. Application is for a permit to be issued for operation beginning on the 15th day of August,'1974, arid to 'expire on the 30lb day o( June,.IS74. . By-Pass Beverage Co. Pete G. Estes, President . . . APPLICANT Subscribed and sworn lo before me'this 261H day of 'July. 1971 ' : My Commission E\-pires: Sept. S, 1977 · ' · · - .. Mary T,. Hani Notary Public SEAL ' · ' · . . · · · ' . · · 2TC-17, 3 Siegle Lee Bell \yill attend the American Institute of Coopera- tlftn 1 ' c-ri cooperative ··education. reC ofd; meeting at Kansas.; State...Untr versity --at · 'Manhattan;» i Kan. She is Smong.v'32.,' Xrk'ansas young people who represent Future Farmers of America Chapters. Future Homemakers and 4-H Clubs throughout the state. It is expected that more than 2,000 .cooperative' leaders,. including 750, young people, ftom all parts,, of. .the United - States i n attendance. . ' - ' . - ··""-". The trip is sponsored by the Arkansas State - Committee . on crime involving Cooperative^-- .,"' " · . . ' . ; . ' . . . . ! license to seii The American Institute,OI..CCT-; operation- is a national educa^, tion oTganiz'a'tion ' for}'{'a r trre r American steel producers said this week that the second quarter · brought' improved profits,' but the picture from Detroit's itito '.producers was considerably gloomier. ·' · '. U.S. Steel Corp;. 13.5-per cent -price hikes had helped boost its .profits for.the quarter to $160.3 milUon, .up.92 'per cent from '-z year earlier-and high, enough lo break a 15-year said were..making it hard to produce ; an adequate profit. . At 'a preview .'of 1975 models, Ford President. Lee A. lacccca said his company's pre''-. tax profit on cars m a d e . i n North America had fallen to $150 a vehicle, down 58 per cent from ast year. ' - : - Some more encouraging^news Lhis past week came from the . . ' · Steel : 'Cprp." second-quarter-profits-Were up 20 per: ..cent; at. $69.oj million and trie-company said it .was boosting its quarterly dividend 10 cents.a share, to 50,cents. National Steel's profits hit a record $44.1 million. lor the quarter,' up 50 per'cent, even though'its raw steel production for the period dropped-10 per cent from a year earlier and its shipments of ' 'finished" steel were down A.5 percent. National's chairman, George Stinsonj-said - demand for steel and".. tti,e,. en i of, economic .controls'-had allowed the -company to raise 1 : 'lts prices "more rea- - · -- · · ·?··*--:r- T .i- ',· -^ , i ' - - - 1 Lu 1U1LT 1 11.S UIH.K.I iijui^ it" cpdperatives,. Charter^ a_s, abi s ii ca lly" and called-.-the gain university.. ^ Js headquartered k in pro fits "a first step toward in .Washington; D.C.- and holds meeting the capital costs of its annual meetings on a : landL tee i expansion so badly needed grant University campus each . - - . * · . · -year.: "Cooperatives in Transition" is the theme of the session this year. "Attract all eyes in a roman- ·Jic", rose-borded cape. ·'·* Whirl everywhere in this ; un- yusually 'beautiful cape 'with " Irish-crochet roses in vivid ^colors. Use-' Knitting worsted. '.'Easy crochet, Pattern 758: sizes "10-14; 16-20 included. · :\; 75 CENTS each pattern -- idd 25 cents each pattern for ·first-class ' maiU and. pecial handling. Send to Laura Wheel' : er Northwest Arkansas TIMES, ·450. Needleeraft Dept., Box 161, Old Chelsea Station, New York, N.Y. 10011, P r i n t Pattern .'Number, Name Address, Zip. «NEW! 1974 Needlecraft Catalog .cover- the .creative scene -- : 'knit, crochet, fashions embroidery, quilts, more! ..-.75 Cents NEW! Sew plus Knit Book has basic tissue pattern 41.25 NEW! Needlepoint Book ..$1.00 NEW! Flower Crochet ....$1.00 4753 SIZES 10^-2072 Hairpin Crochet Book Instant Crochet Book Instant Money Book $1.00 $1.00 _ ..^ $1.00 fn'statif Ma T cra'me Book ... .$1.00 Complete Gift Book .$1.0 Complete Afghans No. M ..$1.00 J2 Prize Afghans No. SIMPLY a slim, smooth shape -- the perfect choice for right now- and getting fall off .0 a snappy start! Chose uss: ree knifs, -blends, ' · ·· ' ' Printed ; Pattern 4753: Half. Sizes 10W.' 12%, I4K, 16tf, Wfr, 20/4. Size 14 (Bust 37) takes 2% yards 45-inch. Send $1.00 for each, pattern. Ad 25 cents for each pattern for first-class mail and special handling. Send to Anne Adams Northwest Arka- sas TIMES, 438 Pattern Dept., 243 West 17th St., New York, N. Y; 10011. Print NAME. ADDRESS, ZIP, .' SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. MORE FOR YOUR MONEY in NEW FALL WINTER PATTERN - CATALOG! 100 best school, career, casual, city fashions. Free pattern coupon. Send 75 cents. Sew Plus Knit BOOK -- has basic tissue pattern ............. $1.25 Instant Sewing Book ...... $1.00 IN THE PROBATE COURT OF WASHINGTON COUNTy, ARKANSAS PEAR1, PH1IJJPS, HAZEL AGIIER and HILDA FTTZGERALT), Tn Ihe Matter of the Estate of VIOLET MAY HEWEIT, Deceased .... ;. - : : EX" PARTS NOTICK TO " CHEDITO You ars hereby (Wliricd that the above s(yled-cau-sc has. been filed in Ihia Court by Pearl Phillips, Ilazcl Ctallairtier and Hilda Fitzgerald, 1n the' mailer of Die estate or Violet May Hewett, deceased, who died Intestate on the 12th day of July, 1971 at LUtte Rock. Arkansas, and was at Iho time ol her dealh a resident dlizen of Washington, Couniyi Arkansas- · = ' , ! . . . You ar« furtbei- natined that all persons asserting' any ' Interest or rTaim against the said estate are notified to file with Ihe, Probate Clerk.p( Waihington County, Arkansas, Ihe sworn statement of Itieir claim or interest within thirty (30) days Irom the date of Ihc first publication cf this notice, together with a rue and correct copy· of each document, I any, upon which they base their.claim r Interest. DATED this 26th 6ay of July, 1974. BY Ruth Roberts TROBATE CLERK Hablb Appointed WASHINGTON -CAP)- -^- Am-' hassador-Philip Charles Habib; an "'expert on Vie'tiiam and Korea, .'has been 'named by President .Nixon as. assistant secretary of state for East Asia and the. Pacific. The Brooklyn-born, 54-year- old ' career diplomat. worked closely with Secretary of State Henry. A, Kissinger .'in the Pari peace 'negotiations which · ultimately- led to the accords.end- ing 'U.S.'- participation · in' the Vietnam war. ' ·'.'! -v .. .For a time, Habib,-the:sorj, of a '.Lebanese ChrlstianX.-jmmi-' grant/'ittadetnthe. U.S. negobat- irigfteSm 1 In'Paris following the. resignation of Ambassador Dii? vid K. E. Bruce, :· Habib has been Ambassador U South Korea since October, 1971. by the 'economy;"' Chairman E. B; Speerof U.S. Steel called the gains "encouraging," but he s a i a his com- pany's'return-on sales was only 5.6 per cent, compared with Jo.2 per cent in.lSS.9.'.,. ; In ·· · Detroit,'; ih e. m a jor auto producers c'gntjnued, ; to report profit'figures'badly cut by inflation and'sagging sales. ·-Eord^Mptor-Co. said, its second-quarter .profits: were down to" $167:8-million, a 57 nnr cent decline from the yea'r before. Chrysler Corp. listed the biggest percentage decline of the Big Three, with second-quarter profits'' 74 per cent o 527.8-million." Chrysler.' Chairman Lynn Townserid blamed the decline n profits pn..laggin ; g...s.ales and cost- -increases "resulting from generardnflation 'and- shortages Labor: Departrhent, : which reported the ' country's rate of unemployment went up only a little in July, frbm-5.2 to-5.3 per cent. - ".'·'·.'' There had been earlier predictions that the summer months would;: bring sharply higher unemployment, partly as a result of a new.wave of young people out of school, and looking for work. : ; Treasury · Secretary. William Simon told'Congress the Nixon administration felt it could cut i n f I.a t i o n without suffering large-scale unemployment. Paper Cost Rises Again NF.W YORK (AP) -J No print prices went, iip again to:lay for the fourth time this year after lingerini Lrol agreements wit ufacturers ended Thursday." Producers blamed · rising costs of raw materials, · . . '· . A check of Eastern paper makers such as Great Northern planted in his left' side last week, onl yllB hours a f t e r his .lirth at Keesler AFB Hospital in Biloxi. . · The .device keeps his- heart pumping at an even 94 beats per minute. Shortly after birth, it had'plunged from 120 beats a minute to 20. Normal rate for newborn infants is 130-150; At 8 to 10 years of age the heart begins to slow to the normal adult level of 7080, doctors said. When Hollis' condition was diagnosed, an^ external pacemaker was .applied and he was rushed to the Ochsner Hospital here. ····'· '-,-; '- -t The external device consisted of a battery on the outside of the body, with a wire inserted through a vein at the groin "and connected to the heart..The battery unit for the pacemaker he now.'has is implanted under the skin, with 'a wire 7 leading to the heart. . , , . , Use of an internal pacemaker with adult patients, suffering complete heart ^block, a condition which prevents the heart from pumping at a normal rate, is common. .-DOOMED. LION HAS FOUND HOME ESCONDIDO, Calif.' (AP) -Sampson the lion will be living \yith actor James Brblin of the "Marcus Welby, M. D." television series' within 10 days, says the executive (lireclor of the Escondido Humane Society. The 300-ppund African lion, who was lo be put to dealh because he had no suilable home, Merchandisers Post Record July Sales NEW YORK (AP) -- Thi nation's- top four mass march- andisers rsport record sales in July were boosted by increased demand for such seasonal items as air conditioners, pools, sporting goods and barbecue equipment. The highest over:lhe-year sales increase of 23.4 per cent was .reported Thursday by the third largest retailer, S.S. Kresge of Troy, Mich. Kresgc said in the four weeks that ended . July 27 it posted S'!07 million in sales, compared with $329.8 million in the similar period a year ago. The smallest rise in sales, 3.1 per cent; was recorded by the largest retailer: Sears. Roebuck' Co. of Chicago. .The company tallied $1.03 billion in sales compared with $1 billion a year ago. A Sears spokesman blamed cooler, drier weather in some of the firm's marketing areas Tor hindering sales of air conditioners, dehumidifiers and lawn mowers. The availability 'of refrigerators and freezers was limited by a strike. J.C. Penney Co., Inc., based here, .tallied, a . H.2 per. cent sales rise to $478.7 million over the $419.2 million in July, 1D73. Penney credited strong sales in summer while goods, sporting goods, outdoor furniture and barbecue equipment for the increase. Montgomery Ward Co., will be living in a special com-l 1 "?- ° r 9, nica S°. the tcllrth Iar 8- ·'· - --- est retailer and a subsidiary of Marcor, Inc., said sales last month totaled $263.2 million, 12.2 per cent over the sales of $234.5 milion counted a y e r r ago. ingermg price mts with U.S. pound at Brolin-s 230-acre ranch in the San Fernando valley-, near Los Angeles, Director Bill Jhiskey said on Thursday. . Imperial Kennels- gave Sampson - t o t h e V h u m a n e * society about two. week's ago when! they no longer wanted, to pay his $10-a.-day meat.-bill. A couple eft the 'lion at.'fhe kennel in Tantiary and did not reclaim lim. Since he is declawed. several zoos said he would not be able to protect himself if left to roam free with other lions. Huskey .said he would have to Paper Corp., Co., Abitibi. Southern and Bowaters -Southern Book of 16 Quilts No. 1 50 Cents Cents', ,, ; 15 Quilts for Today ....50 Cents Instant Fashion Book 1.00 ADVERTISE isanda of homemakeri n*f 15 QulltS For Today au ^ems. tWa future dally . . . ind th*^ Book of 16 Jiffy Rugs ...50. Cents I will ·· your IN TIFE PROBATE COUflT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY, ARKANSAS In Ihe. Ma Her- of the Estate of John Hugh Wilson, deceased , Last known address of decedent: Fay- eUeville, Washington, County, Arkansas Date ol death: June 33, J974 An instrument dated May 22, 1974, WEJ on the-22nd day of July, IS7-*. admitted to probate as the last will of the above named decedent, and the undersigned has been appointed executor thereunder. A contest - ot the probale of Ihe will can be'effected only by filing petition wiOiln the lime provided by w. . M\ persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, lo the imtfereigned within six monlM from the dale of the "first publication ot Ifils notice or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in Ihe estate. This notice first, published 3rtl day of August, 197*. law. State Appointments LITTLE ROCK'(AP) -Gov. Dale Bumpers announced on Friday three appointments to stale boards and commissions. Leonard Dunn ot Pine Bluff, was 'apointed ' to the Public Building Authority to (ill Ihe unexpired term of Don Smith,' also of Pine Bluft, who had resigned. The term is lo expire Aug. 1, 1975. Kelly Wilson of Malvern was appointed to the Justice Building Commission for a term to expire July' 24, 1980. He succeeds William Everett of Benton, whose term expired. ' James McDaniel of Charles- lon'Was appointed to the Liquefied Pclroleum Gas Advisory Coiiricil 'far. 'a term fp expire Jan. 14,-1979. He Succeeds Lar- wnson ry Brewer of Paragould, :.;.... Wins Pioneer Aviation Award S ' N D I E G O '(AP) -- "I wish I were a little girl again," said Tiny Broadwick. "I would be among the first women on the moon." A nod of understanding came from.--Flo; Sohirra, -mother of f o r--m e r · astronaut Walter Schirra, anrl..hprself..a former wing walker oh planes'by the end of World War I. Miss Broadwick, whose .real name is Georgia Brown, was given the, federal government's Pioneeer Aviation Award in 1953 on the 50th anniversary of powered flight. In 1913, at the age of 20, she was a seasoned aerial artist, bailing out of an airplane 2,000 fed over Griffith Park in Los Angeles. Tiny Broadwick, an 81-year- old widow, now lives alone in Long Beach. Mrs. Schirra, also a widow, .lives in San Diego. Paper Co., showed prices' will go up to $234.50 from $213.50 a ton in the south and.: east for standard 30 pound, newsprint. International Paper Co. which supplies newspaper's in the East and Midwest will raise the price of 30-pound newsprint to $230 a ton. In the West. Crown Zeller- bach Corp., Boise Cascade Corp., and Southwest Forest Industries set prices for 30-pound newsprint al $245 a ton from $213.50. The higher Western price is largely due to higher freight and l a b o r prices, the companies said. Fuel, wood and chemical costs for producing paper .were cited as the basic reasons.for the increase. Some Canadian producers-are raising their prices today to : the same level; many .^Oariadjan producers raised thel'r'.'prices" in be gassed. Brolin heard about Sampson through a group called Actors and Others for Animals, to which he and his wife, Jan, belong. "The Broliris have taken in other exotic animals, including a 'few other exotic cats that faced the same fate as Satnn- son, and we're sure they will offer h i m r a good,home," Huskey said. July. An agreement between 33 U.S. manufacturers a n d the Cost of Living Council held the price of U.S. - print to $213.50 a ton for standard weight until Aug. 1. Higher prices will raise newspaper publishing costs millions of dollars. M a n y major daily and Sunday newspapers in the K.R. use 100,000 tons or more of newsprint each year. One ton of newsprint will produce about 7,000 copies of a standard 24 page newspaper. Dominick And Kane On Banking .Staff Two University of Arkansas faculty members, are serving on staff of the 1974'session of the Southwestern Graduate Schoo of. Banking at Southern Metho dist University at Dallas, Tex. . They,..are 'Dr. John A Dominick, Chair of Banking and Associate professor, of finano and John E:-Kane, chairmai of the department of economcs There are seven other 'Arkan sans on the staff, Springdale Issues Building Permits SPRINGDALE -- Twenty-five Hiding permits with a total stimated construction value of 323,470,000 were issued during uly, according to the monthly uilding inspector's report. ·Permits to build single-family esidential homes in Springrlale umbered 11, with three pcr- lits to make alterations for re- idential structures. Three permits were issued to build duo- X housing. Four permits for commercial onstruction were purchased in uly, and three commercial al- eration permits were issued. A ermit to build a swimming ool was also nurchascd by a pringdale resident. Recruit Graduates ORLANDO, Fla. -- Navy Seanan Recruit Wayne A. Thomas, on of Mr. and Mrs. William f. Thomas of Fayetteville has graduated from recruit training at the Naval Training Center, Orlando. Fla. He is scheduled to report to he electronics warfare technician school at Treasure Island, lalif. EVEREST i OEM MINGS WHEELCHAIRS FOLDS 7010" . · RENTALS 4 SALES Faydlevllle Druf S. Sidt Square 412-734S TtRMlTES ? «Ku ADMIRAL PEST CONTROL Roaches, Ants, Spiden, etc. COMMERCIAL . RESIDENTIAL. · 442-7598

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